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[texts]Essai sur les maladies qui attaquent le plus communement les gens de mer, contenant une méthode courte & facile pour les connoître, les guérir, & même en préserver. : Ouvrage utile aux chirurgiens naviguans, & même à tous les marins qui se trouvent dans des bâtimens où il n'y a point de chirurgien. On a joint quelques observations sur la méthode la plus sûre de secourir les noyés, & de traiter les fiévres de l'Isle Saint Domingue & des autres colonies françoises aux Antilles. - Mauran, G
"Des fiévres qui regnent dans les colonies françoises, à Saint-Domingue, à la Martinique & aux autres isles Antilles": p. 150-170
Keywords: Sailors; Fever; Medical geography; Medicine; Imprint 1766
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[texts]The legend of Captain Jones. : Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly, his setting at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England - Lloyd, David, 1597-1663
Attributed to David Lloyd by Wing CD and the DNB
Keywords: Smith, John, 1580-1631; Smith, John, 1580-1631; Sailors; Sailors; Maya language; Indian linguistics; Imprint 1659
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[texts]The legend of Captain Jones: : the first and second part. Relating his adventure to sea: his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battel with his six and thirty men against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper castle. His strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers. His being taken prisoner, and hard usage. His being set at liberty by the kings command, and return for England. Also, his other incredible adventures and atchievements by sea and land; continued to his death - Lloyd, David, 1597-1663
Attributed to David Lloyd by Wing CD and the DNB
Keywords: Smith, John, 1580-1631; Smith, John, 1580-1631; Sailors; Sailors; Maya language; Indian linguistics; Imprint 1671
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[texts]A short account of the extraordinary life and travels of H.L.L.----- native of St. Domingo, now a prisoner of war at Ashbourn, in Derbyshire; : shewing the remarkable steps of divine providence towards him, and the means of his conversion to God. Written by his own hand. Entered at Stationers Hall. - H. L. L., 1783-1803?
ix, [2], 12-64 p. ;|c18 cm. (8vo) Describes the life of the author from his birth in Saint-Domingue in 1783, his education, travels in France, his experience of the French Revolution, his escape from France by ship, his further travels to Guadeloupe, Brazil, Cayennem and other places throughout the Caribbean. The author becomes a cabin boy on a privateering ship where he becomes a convert, rejecting his profligate lifestyle...
Keywords: Converts; Christian biography; Sailors; Voyages and travels; Imprint 1804
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[texts]The wonderful, surprizing and uncommon voyages and adventures of Captain Jones, to Patagonia. : Relating his adventures to sea. His first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear. His furious battle with his six and thirty men, against an army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable sea fight with six huge galleys of Spain, and nine thousand soldiers. His being taken prisoner, and hard usage. His being set at liberty by the king's command, in exchange for twenty-four Spanish captains, and return for England. A comical description of Captain Jones's ruby nose. Part the second. His incredible adventures and atchievements [sic] by sea and land, particularly his miraculous deliverance from a wreck at sea, by the support of a dolphin. His several desperate duels. His combat with Bahader Cham, a giant of the race of Og. His loves with the queen of No-Land, and basely leaving her. His deep employments, and happy success in business of state. All which, and more, is but the tythe of his own relation, which he continued until he grew speechless and died. With his elegy and epitaph - Lloyd, David, 1597-1663
Attributed to David Lloyd by Wing CD and the DNB
Keywords: Smith, John, 1580-1631; Smith, John, 1580-1631; Sailors; Sailors; Maya language; Indian linguistics; Booksellers' catalogs; Imprint 1766
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[texts]Traité des fièvres de l'isle de St.-Domingue, : avec un mémoire sur les avantages qu'il y auroit à changer la nourriture des gens de mer. - Poissonnier-Desperrières, Antoine, 1722-1793
The "Mémoire" (p. 110-242) is a slight revision of his "Second mémoire" published in 1774
Keywords: Tropical medicine; Fever; Medical geography; Sailors; Diet in disease; Scurvy; Occupational diseases; Blacks; Imprint 1780
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[texts]Mémoire sur les avantages qu'il y auroit a changer absolument la nourriture des gens de mer. - Poissonnier-Desperrières, Antoine, 1722-1793
First published Paris, 1771
Keywords: Diet in disease; Diet therapy; Nutritionally induced diseases; Scurvy; Sailors; Imprint 1772
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